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pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing),
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.

pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing)
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.

programming

Making a set of instructions guiding the actions of a computer, a piece of equipment, an organism, or a research investigation.

pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing)
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.
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How does your programming differ from a traditional camp?
PO Box 437, Utica, NY 13503-0437; 315/337-1320, FAX: 315/337-1566 Year established: 1976 Number of ag employees: 6 136 stations in NY, New England, PA, DE and MD all carrying farm programming.
The rational supporting programming based upon empirical evidence is described as a key administrative outcome of the grant program.
1) Local cable operators, therefore, need information-based telecasts to fill their programming slots on public access channels.
Consumers may harbor a mistaken impression that activities programming involves little more than "fun and games," and that no special requirements exist for the education and training of activity personnel.
In particular, emphasis is placed in programming upon improving client capabilities while at the same time employing staff who have respect for long term clients (see Table 1).
Environmental education or nature study are prime examples of current popular programming that takes no elaborate site development.
The basic assumption in adventure programming is that change, such as better self concept or confidence, may take place in groups and in individuals as a result of direct exposure to the elements of adventure.
The programming information collected will aid national boating organizations as they examine their certification and training programs.

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